Critics say lawmakers are trying to license ‘little jails’ to hold immigrant families

Dallas News

April 4, 2017


The state calls them family residential centers. Opponents have called them “prisons for profit” and “little jails.” On Wednesday, committees in both legislative chambers will address bills that would allow the Department of Family and Protective Services to license Texas facilities that house unauthorized mothers and children while they await their immigration hearings.
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